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SanDisk 8GB SDHC Secure Digital Card - £9.09 delivered @ Amazon !

£9.09 @ Amazon
Free supersaver delivery £9.99 @ Play Memory Capacity: 8GB Speed performance rating: Class 2 (based on SD 2.00 Specification) Supports SDHC compatible host devices Non-volatile solid-state d…
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8y, 1d agoFound 8 years, 1 day ago
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£9.99 @ Play

Memory Capacity: 8GB
Speed performance rating: Class 2 (based on SD 2.00 Specification)
Supports SDHC compatible host devices
Non-volatile solid-state
data will be lost if device is switched off before device has finished writing to the card
Low battery consumption to maximize battery life in small portable devices
User selectable mechanical write protect switch on the exterior card casing
Operating shock rating of 2,000Gs, equivalent to a 10-foot drop to the floor
Security level complies with both current and future Secure Digital Music Initiative (SDMI) portable device requirements
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#1
Hot!!

I paid 9.99 for mine 2 months ago.

We use ours in our Canon digi-cam. :)
#2
Went for this, thanks.

If you need a card reader for it, poundland is your friend.
#3
Great for the Wii - need to update your system
#4
This is a very good price indeed. Thanks for posting :)
#5
Great - would anyone know if a Class 2 card would suffice for putting into a creative Zen mp3 player for watching films, or would I need a higher rated card?
I'm aware of the non integration of the card into the library of the Zen in these cases but just want to stock it up with a few films that be watched on holiday.
Cheers.
Good price.
#6
Copperface
Great - would anyone know if a Class 2 card would suffice for putting into a creative Zen mp3 player for watching films, or would I need a higher rated card?
I'm aware of the non integration of the card into the library of the Zen in these cases but just want to stock it up with a few films that be watched on holiday.
Cheers.
Good price.


Not 100% sure,But i think all SD cards read speed is fast enough for Standard definition video playback,I have just bought one for playing DIVX files on my sons LCD tv which has a card reader so i hope so,

PS thanks to the OP
#7
Thanks for the post. Also this price at 7dayshop (and their delivery now seems to be fairly prompt, compared to previously):
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_6&products_id=103936
#8
Good, but would rather Class 6 :(
1 Like #9
Jakg
Good, but would rather Class 6 :(


Play have a class 6 card for £1 more.
#10
WalterSmith
Went for this, thanks.

If you need a card reader for it, poundland is your friend.


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#11
YoshimiMac
Play have a class 6 card for £1 more.


you got a linky?
#12
whats the differnece betweeen class 2 and class 6?
#13
Class 2 is 2MB/s and class six is 6MB/s or more. If recording video on a camera/camcorder it may recommended a faster card, such as a class 6.
#14
landofdan
whats the differnece betweeen class 2 and class 6?


SDHC cards have SD Speed Class Ratings made by the SD Association. The SD Speed Class Ratings specify the minimum write speeds based on the best fragmented state where no memory unit is occupied, as shown below.

SD HC Class 2: 2 MB/s - 13x
SD HC Class 4: 4 MB/s - 26x
SD HC Class 6: 6 MB/s - 40x


Gibberish to me....
#15
which is why a SanDisk Extreme III is so impressive when it has a read/write of 18MB/s.
#16
Or Add the card reader on the site for 50p :D
#17
Play also have a Kingston 4gb Class 6 SDHC for £5-99 delivered which seems a good deal but it's on Playtrade, which I think is like Amazon marketplace so not sure if allowed to mention.
I'm sure someone will tell me....hehe
1 Like #18
I use one of these card in my Zen, no problem.
#19
fizz;4740687
Great for the Wii - need to update your system

Are you sure the Wii takes SDHC cards? I thought it only uses SD.
#20
there is a system update to menu 4.0 on the wii... released yesterday.
allows sdhc upto 32GB now!! also puts a new sd card menu on the home screen letting you run games straight off...
however this blocks homebrew
#22
Copperface
Play also have a Kingston 4gb Class 6 SDHC for £5-99 delivered which seems a good deal but it's on Playtrade, which I think is like Amazon marketplace so not sure if allowed to mention.
I'm sure someone will tell me....hehe

7DayShop have the Transcend Class 6 4GB SDHC for £5.99 with free P&P - drops to £5.49 if you order two....

Cheapest Class 6 I could find.
#23
Nice price! H+
#24
WalterSmith
Went for this, thanks.

If you need a card reader for it, poundland is your friend.


these card readers get VERY hot ive noticed
#25
wonder if i can store up to 8GB of stuff on these????
#26
WalterSmith
Went for this, thanks.

If you need a card reader for it, poundland is your friend.


I need loads of 256mb SD cards - anyone know where I can get them for a reasonable price?
#27
Mine shipped even though I went for slugged super saver!
#28
tonyg1962
Not 100% sure,But i think all SD cards read speed is fast enough for Standard definition video playback,I have just bought one for playing DIVX files on my sons LCD tv which has a card reader so i hope so,

PS thanks to the OP


should be fine. i dont have a zen but have played many a video from sd cards
#29
Can i use it for my mobile????????? i have sony ericsson K810 and samsung tocco
#30
totalpower
Can i use it for my mobile????????? i have sony ericsson K810 and samsung tocco


No, the k810i uses Memory Stick Micro (M2) and the Samsung Tocco uses the smaller MicroSD cards
http://www.play.com/Mobiles/Mobile/4-/3508042/Sony-Memory-Stick-Micro-M2-4GB/Product.html
http://www.play.com/Mobiles/Mobile/4-/3251313/Sandisk-Micro-SD-2GB/Product.html


I bought one of these SDHC cards for my Fuji 5700 Camera, works great and can also be read in my Acer One's built in card reader.
#31
Received mine today - quick!

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